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Deep Shikha Malhotra CFPCM
M.Com., B.Ed.
AMFI Certified for Mutual Funds
IRDA Certified for Life Insurance
IRDA Certified for General Insurance
PG Diploma in Human Resource Management

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B.Com.
FCA
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CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERCM

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NCFM Diploma in Capital Market (Dealers) Module
AMFI Certified for Mutual Funds
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IRDA Certified for Life Insurance
NCFM Certification In:
Capital Market (Dealers) Module
Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module
Commodities Market Module

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AMFI Certified for Mutual Funds
IRDA Certified for Life Insurance
Certification in all Modules of CFPCM Curriculum (FPSB India)

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Distribution of weights in the
Financial Markets (Beginners) Module
Curriculum

Chapter Weights
No. Title (%)

Markets and Financial


1&2 Instruments 30
3 Primary Market 15
4 to 8 Secondary Market 40
Financial Statement
9 & 10 Analysis 15

Exam Pattern
Test 60
Duration Min.
No. of
Questions 50
Maximum
Marks 100
Pass % 50
Negative
Marking % No %

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Financial Market A Beginner Module
Index
Contents Page No

Chapter 1 Investment Basics 1-6

Chapter 2 Securities 7-9

Chapter 3 Primary Market 10-17

Chapter 4 Secondary Market 18-25

Chapter 5 Derivatives 26-28

Chapter 6 Depository 29-31

Chapter 7 Mutual Fund 32-40

Chapter 8 Miscellaneous 41-45

Chapter 9 Concept and Modes of Analysis 46-56

Chapter10 Ratio Analysis 57-65

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Chapter 1
Investment Basics

1. An Investor needs to invest to ______________


A. Earn return on your idle resources
B. Generate a specified sum of money for a specific goal in life
C. Make a provision for an uncertain future
D. All of the above

2. _________ is the rate at which the cost of living increases


A. Inflation
B. Deflation
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

3. It is important to consider ________ as a factor in any long-term investment strategy.


A. Deflation
B. Inflation
C. Return
D. All of the above

4. The golden rule for all investors are_________

A. Invest early
B. Invest regularly
C. Invest for long term and not short term
D. All of the above

5. Before making any investment, an Investor must ensure to ________

A. Obtain written documents explaining the investment


B. Read and understand such documents
C. Verify the legitimacy of the investment
D. All of the above

6. When we borrow money, we are expected to pay for using it this is known as
___________
A. Investment
B. Interest
C. Inflation
D. None

7. Interest is usually calculated as a percentage of the principal balance (the amount of


money borrowed).
A. True
B. False

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Answer Sheet Chapter 1
1 D 11 D 21 C 31 B
2 A 12 C 22 A 32 D
3 B 13 A 23 B 33 C
4 D 14 B 24 C 34 A
5 D 15 B 25 A 35 C
6 B 16 D 26 A 36 D
7 A 17 A 27 B 37 B
8 D 18 A 28 A 38 D
9 D 19 B 29 B 39 B
10 A 20 A 30 A 40 A

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Chapter- 3
Primary Market

1. Primary market may issue the securities ___________________.


A. At face value
B. At a discount
C. At premium
D. All of the above

2. Primary market may issue the securities in ________________.


A. Domestic market
B. International market
C. Both
D. None

3. It is the original cost of the stock shown on the certificate____________.


A. Face value of share
B. Face value of bond
C. Both
D. None

4. When a security is sold above its face value, it is said to be issued _______.
A. At a premium
B. At a discount
C. At par
D. None

5. Share is sold at less than its face value, then it is said to be issued___________.

A. At a Discount
B. At a premium
C. At par
D. None

6. The way to invite share capital from the public is through a ‘Public Issue’.
A. True
B. False

7. OTC refers to_____________

A. On the counter
B. Over the counter
C. On the commission
D. Over the commission

8. Issues can be classified as a ____________.


A. Public
B. Rights
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C. Preferential issue
D. All of above

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Answer Sheet Chapter 3
1 D 16 B 31 A 47 A
2 C 17 C 32 D 48 A
3 B 18 A 33 B 49 D
4 A 19 A 34 A 50 B
5 A 20 C 35 B 51 C
6 A 21 B 36 A 52 B
7 B 22 D 37 C 53 A
8 D 23 B 38 A 54 B
9 C 24 A 39 B 55 B
10 A 25 B 40 B 56 B
11 B 26 B 41 C 57 A
12 B 27 C 42 A 58 C
13 D 28 A 43 B 59 B
14 A 29 D 44 A 60 A
15 A 30 B 45 C 61 B
46 B 62 A

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Chapter 4
Secondary Market

1. Secondary market comprises of ________ markets and the ______ markets


A. Equity markets
B. Debt markets
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

2. _____________ could be either auction or dealer market


A. Primary Market
B. Secondary Market
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

3. ____________ provide a trading platform, where buyers and sellers can meet to
transact in securities.
A. SEBI
B. RBI
C. NSE
D. BSE

4. In a demutualised exchange, the three functions of ownership, management and


trading are concentrated into a single Group
A. True
B. False

5. In a mutual exchange, the ______ functions of ownership, management and trading are
concentrated into a single Group
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. One

6. The broker members of the exchange are both the owners and the traders on the
exchange
A. True
B. False

7. Currently there are demutualised as well mutual stock exchanges in India?

A. True
B. False

8. Stock exchanges in India are _____________


A. National Stock Exchange (NSE)
B. Over the Counter Exchange of India (OTCEI)
C. Both of the above
D. None of the above

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Answer Sheet Chapter 4
1 C 16 A 31 C 47 A
2 B 17 D 32 C 48 D
3 A 18 B 33 A 49 D
4 B 19 A 34 B 50 B
5 B 20 A 35 A 51 A
6 A 21 B 36 B 52 D
7 B 22 B 37 B 53 A
8 C 23 B 38 B 54 D
9 A 24 D 39 C 55 A
10 A 25 A 40 D 56 B
11 C 26 A 41 A 57 B
12 A 27 B 42 B 58 A
13 B 28 C 43 B 59 B
14 A 29 C 44 A 60 D
15 B 30 B 45 B 61 D
46 A 62 D
63 D

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Chapter 7
Mutual Funds

1. What is the Regulatory Body for Mutual Funds?

A. RBI
B. SEBI
C. AMC
D. NONE

2. What are the benefits of investing in Mutual Funds?

A. Small investments
B. Professional Fund Management:
C. Spreading Risk
D. All of the above

3. Buying and selling into funds is done on the basis of NAV-related prices.

A. True
B. False

4. The NAV of an open end scheme should be disclosed on a _________ basis.

A. Daily
B. Weekly
C. Monthly
D. Quarterly

5. The NAV of a close end scheme should be disclosed at least on a ____________ basis.

A. Daily
B. Weekly
C. Monthly
D. Quarterly

6. Funds usually charge an entry load ranging between

A. .75% and 1.75%


B. .50% and 1.50%
C. 1.00% and 2.00%.
D. 1.25% and 2.25%

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7. Exit loads vary between ________________.

A. 0.25% and 2.00%


B. .20% and 2.00%
C. .30% and 2.25%
D. .35% and 2.10

8. Mutual Funds invest in

A. Shares
B. Debentures
C. Bonds
D. All of the above

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Answer Sheet Chapter 7
1 B 16 A 31 D 46 D
2 D 17 B 32 C 47 C
3 A 18 C 33 D 48 D
4 A 19 A 34 A 49 B
5 B 20 D 35 A 50 A
6 C 21 B 36 B 51 C
7 A 22 C 37 B 52 B
8 D 23 D 38 B 53 C
9 B 24 B 39 D 54 D
10 B 25 C 40 A 55 A
11 D 26 C 41 A 56 D
12 C 27 D 42 B 57 A
13 C 28 D 43 B 58 B
14 D 29 B 44 C 59 B
15 B 30 C 45 A 60 C
61 D

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Chapter- 9
Concepts and Modes of Analysis

1. Simple Interest is the interest paid only on the principal amount borrowed.

A. True
B. False

2. Is any interest is paid on the interest accrued during the term of the loan.

A. Yes
B. No

3. There are components to calculate simple interest that is/are__________.

A. Principal
B. interest rate
C. Time
D. All of the above

4. Mr. X borrowed Rs. 10,000 from the bank to purchase a household item. He agreed to
repay the amount in 8 months, plus simple interest at an interest rate of 10% per annum
(year). His interest would be________.

A. 2150
B. 1150
C. 1050
D. 1250

5. Compound interest means that, the interest will not include interest calculated on interest.

A. True
B. False

6. If an amount of Rs. 5,000 is invested for two years and the interest rate is 10%, compounded
yearly. At the end of the first year the interest would be__________.

A. 500
B. 5500
C. 50
D. 6500

7. For any loan or borrowing unless simple interest is stated, we should always

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assume____________.

A. Simple interest
B. Compound interest
C. Principal
D. None

8. The first term we must understand in dealing with compound interest is__________.

A. Conversion period
B. Loan
C. Investment
D. Calculation

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Answer Sheet Chapter 9
1 A 16 C 31 D 46 B 61 A
2 B 17 D 32 B 47 A 62 C
3 D 18 C 33 B 48 D 63 B
4 D 19 D 34 A 49 A 64 C
5 B 20 A 35 C 50 C 65 A
6 A 21 B 36 A 51 B 66 C
7 B 22 A 37 C 52 D 67 C
8 A 23 D 38 A 53 B 68 C
9 C 24 C 39 D 54 D 69 A
10 B 25 D 40 C 55 C 70 B
11 B 26 C 41 A 56 C 71 B
12 B 27 D 42 A 57 B 72 B
13 B 28 B 43 C 58 A
14 C 29 A 44 C 59 A
15 A 30 C 45 B 60 C

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Solutions
Answer 57
The correct option is B
PRESS CMPD
SET : END
N=7
I=9
PV = SOLVE = -54703.42
FV = 100000

Answer 58.
SET = END
N = 10
I =8.7
PV= SOLVE = -7815.8
FV = 18000
Since the present value of Rs. 18000 after ten years hence is less than Rs. 8000. Therefore we prefer Rs.
8000 now. Hence option A is correct.

Answer 68.
SET = END
N = 10
I = SOLVE = 6.0
PV = -10000
FV = 17910

Answer 69.
SET = END
N = 18
I = SOLVE = 13.646
PV = -5000
FV = 50000

Answer 70.
SET = END
N= 2
I= SOLVE = 1.5
PV = -77650
FV = 80000

Answer 71.
SET = END
N=7
I= SOLVE= 15.37
PV = -11.15
FV= 30.34

Answer 72.
SET = END
N= 10

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I= SOLVE = 11.248
PV = -1300
FV = 22000

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Chapter 10
Ratio Analysis

1. Financial ratios are classified into groups, they are ______________


A. Liquidity ratios
B. Leverage/Capital structure ratio
C. Profitability ratios
D. All of the above

2. ____________ Ratio refers to the ability of a firm to meet its financial obligations in the
short-term which is less than a year.
A. Liquidity ratios
B. Leverage/Capital structure ratio
C. Profitability ratios
D. All of the above

3. Ratios, that indicate the liquidity of a firm, are _____________


A. Current Ratio
B. Acid Test Ratio
C. Turnover Ratios
D. All of the above

4. Current Ratio is = Quick Assets


Current Liabilities
A. True
B. False

5. _____________ measures the ability of the firm to meet its current liabilities from the
current assets.
A. Current Ratio
B. Acid Test Ratio
C. Turnover Ratios
D. All of the above

6. Acid Test Ratio = Quick Assets


Current Liabilities
A. True
B. False

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Answer Sheet Chapter 10
1 D 13 B 25 A 37 D
2 A 14 A 26 A 38 D
3 D 15 A 27 B 39 D
4 B 16 B 28 B 40 C
5 A 17 A 29 B 41 B
6 A 18 D 30 C 42 A
7 C 19 A 31 C 43 B
8 B 20 B 32 D 44 C
9 A 21 A 33 D 45 D
10 D 22 B 34 C 46 B
11 A 23 A 35 A 47 A
12 C 24 B 36 D

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Solutions
Answer 40
Purchase of goods on credit results in an increase in stock and this lead to an increase in current assets. On
the other hand, it will result in an increase in creditors which is an item of current liabilities. Hence, after the
purchase of goods Rs. 50,000 on credit:
Current Assets = Rs. 4,00,000 + Rs. 50,000 = Rs. 4,50,000
Current Liabilities = Rs. 1,00,000 + Rs. 50,000 = Rs. 1,50,000
Current Ratio = Rs. 4,50,000 = 3:1
Rs. 1,50,000

Answer 41
Current Liabilities are Rs. 60,000 and Current Ratio is 2.5:1,
Therefore, Current Assets = Rs. 60,000 *2.5 = Rs. 1,50,000
After the payment of Rs. 20,000
Current Assets = Rs. 1,50,000 – Rs. 20,000 = Rs. 1,30,000
Current Liabilities = Rs. 60,000 – Rs. 20,000 = Rs. 40,000
Current Ratio = Rs. 1,30,000 = 3.25:1
Rs.40,000

Answer 42
Current liabilities = Total Debt – Long term debt
= Rs. 1,00,000 – Rs. 70,000 = Rs. 30,000

Current Assets = Working Capital + Current Liabilities


= Rs. 45000 + Rs. 30,000 = Rs. 75, 000
Current Ratio = Rs. 75000 = 2.5:1
Rs. 30,000
Answer 43
Quick Ratio = Liquid Assets
Current Liabilities
1.8 (given) = Liquid Assets
Rs. 30,000 (given)

Liquid Assets = Rs. 30,000 * 1.8 = Rs. 54,000


Stock = Current Assets –Liquid Assets
= Rs. 80,000 – Rs. 54, 000 = Rs. 26000

Answer 44
Gross Profit is 25% on cost. Therefore goods costing Rs. 100 is sold for Rs. 125.
Hence, If sales are Rs. 125, Cost of sales = Rs. 100
If sales are Rs. 2,00,000 , Cost of Sales = 100 * 2,00,000 = Rs. 1,60,000
125
Closing stock is 30% of sales
Closing Stock = 30 * 2,00,000 = Rs. 60,000
100
Opening Stock = 1 * 60,000 =Rs. 20,000
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Average Stock= Opening Stock + Closing Stock
2
= 20,000 + 60,000 = Rs. 40,000
2
Stock Turnover Ratio = Cos of sales = 1,60,000 = 4 times
Average Stock 40,000

Answer 45
Cost of sales = Sales- Gross Profit
= Rs. 3,20,000 – 25% of 3,20,000
= Rs. 3,20,000 – 80,000 = Rs. 2,40,000

Average Stock = Rs. 29,000 + Rs. 31,000 = Rs. 30,000


2
Inventor Turnover Ratio = Cost of Sales = Rs. 2,40,000 = 8 times
Average Stock Rs. 30,000

Average Age of Inventory (or Inventor y Holding Period)


= Days in a years = 365 = 46 days
Inventory Turnover Ratio 8

Answer 46
Debtors Turnover Ratio = Credit Sales
Average Debtors
9 = Rs. 5,40,000
Average Debtors
Average debtors = Rs. 5,40,000 = Rs. 60,000
9
Opening Debtors = Rs. 60,000 – ½ of Rs. 8,000 = Rs. 56,000
Closing Debtors = Rs. 60,000 +1/2 of Rs. 8,000 = Rs.64,000

Answer 47
Gross Profit Ratio = Rs. 30,000 *100 = 25%
Rs. 1,20,000

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